Havant & Waterlooville’s long-serving chairman Derek Pope insists the club are not for sale.

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Pope, however, admits that the club, currently competing in the Vanarama National League for the first time, are in need of additional investment.

He said in an interview with The (Portsmouth) News:

“The club has come a long way and we are proud of what we have achieved. It is becoming more and more difficult, though.

“In my opinion one person can’t do it alone. We are looking for ways to strengthen the club and to make sure we stay at the level we want to be and even go higher.

“Hopefully there is someone else out there who will love to get involved.”

The Hawks, a debt-free club, have ambitions to renovate their Westleigh Park home, with an extension to the main stand part of the plans.

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